Psst! How much do you make?


One of my favorite features in a journalism trade magazine I read is its annual salary survey. There’s something appealing about the idea of getting a glimpse into the pay scale of an entire industry — and, of course, seeing where I stand compared to my peers. (It’s also a good way to fend off concerns from well-intentioned people like my parents who fear that I will one day, while happily employed, have to live in a cardboard box on the street.)

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